|Reducing/Eliminating ESD Hazards During Pyro Operations - Soriano, Jose Francisc|
Several safety concerns have occurred during pyro operations at 30% or lower RH in the OPF area based on the increase of electrostatic discharge (ESD). These concerns targeted the safety of personnel, flight hardware, and ground support equipment (GSE). Two proposed methods considered to control ESDs during pyro operations at 30% or lower RH are the use of an ionizer blower and to increase the moisture content...
Keywords: MICROMETEOROIDS; METEOROID SHOWERS; APHELIONS; SOLAR ORBITS
|Meteoroid and Debris Impact Features Documented on Long Duration Exposure Facility (FOIA)|
A report on meteoroid and debris impacts experiments conducted by the Meteor and Debris Special Investigation Group (M&D SIG) in the Long Duration Exposure Facility (LDEF) while at the Kennedy Space Center. Report includes findings and documentation of impacts of micrometeoroids and debris, discussion of impact morphology and thermal blanketing. Released by Clifford Stone through the Freedom Of Information Act.
Keywords: meteoroid; debris; impact; documented; long duration
|Mass selection in tubes moving in a rarefied gas - Repnev, A. I|
No Abstract Available
Keywords: COSMIC PLASMA; INTERPLANETARY SPACE; METEOROID DUST CLOUDS; AEROSOLS; MATHEMATICAL MODELS; METEOROID CONCENTRATION
|Trip report - Seventh Intersociety Reliability and Maintainability Conference - Belz, D. J|
No Abstract Available
Keywords: METEOROID PROTECTION; PROTECTIVE COATINGS; SPACE SHUTTLES; HEAT SHIELDING; IMPACT DAMAGE; METEOROID HAZARDS; NIOBIUM
|An investigation of the feasibility of simulating gaseous exhaust plumes with solid bodies in sonic boom studies - Hicks, R. M.|
No Abstract Available
Keywords: APOLLO PROJECT; METEOROID HAZARDS; METEOROIDS; OPERATIONAL HAZARDS; METEOROID PROTECTION; MISSION PLANNING; SPACE MISSIONS
|THEORY OF MOTION OF THE PLANET PLUTO. PART 1 - PLUTONIAN PERTURBATIONS OF THE FIRST ORDER WITH RESPECT TO PERTURBING MASSES - SHARAF, SH. G|
CORRECTION AND CALCULATION METHODS FOR FIRST ORDER PLUTONIAN PERTURBATIONS WITH RESPECT TO PERTURBING MASSES
Keywords: INTERPLANETARY FLIGHT; METEOROID HAZARDS; MICROMETEOROIDS; REFLECTOMETERS; ERROR SIGNALS; METEOROID CONCENTRATION; PHOTOMULTIPLIER TUBES; SPORADIC METEOROIDS
|GRO source candidates: (A) Nearby modest-size molecular clouds; (B) Pulsar with Wolf-Rayet companion that has lost its H-envelope - Silberberg, R.|
Within 100 pc of the sun there are over a hundred cirrus clouds with masses of approx. 60 solar mass and dense molecular clouds with masses of approx. 4 solar mass. If the local interstellar density of cosmic rays is also present in these clouds, the flux of neutral pion from the decay of gamma rays from the core of a cloud at a distance of 20 pc is approx. 13 x 10(exp -8) photons/sq cm/s. The flux from the more extensive cirrus cloud is approx 4 x 10(exp -7) photons/sq cm/s...
Keywords: HYPERVELOCITY IMPACT; HYDRODYNAMICS; OPERATIONS RESEARCH; SAFETY DEVICES; SPACE DEBRIS; SPACE STATION FREEDOM; SPACECRAFT SURVIVABILITY; IMPACT TESTS; METEOROID CONCENTRATION; METEOROID HAZARDS; METEOROID PROTECTION; OPTIMIZATION; SPACECRAFT SHIELDING; BUMPERS; DESIGN ANALYSIS
|The meteoroid environment and its effects on materials and equipment - Cosby, W. A.|
Effects of meteoroid environment on materials and equipment - hypervelocity impact phenomena
Keywords: AEROSPACE ENVIRONMENTS; METEOROID; SPACE ENVIRONMENT; ENVIRONMENTAL TESTS; EXTRATERRESTRIAL ENVIRONMENTS; HYPERVELOCITY IMPACT; LITERATURE; METEOROID CONCENTRATION; ORIGINS; EXTRATERRESTRIAL ENVIRONMENT; HYPERVELOCITY IMPACT
|Measured and calculated acoustic attenuation rates of tuned resonator arrays for two surface impedance distribution models with flow - Parrott, Tony L.|
An experiment was performed to validate two analytical models for predicting low frequency attenuation of duct liner configurations built from an array of seven resonators that could be individually tuned via adjustable cavity depths. These analytical models had previously been developed for high frequency aero-engine inlet duct liner design. In the low frequency application, the liner surface impedance distribution is unavoidably spatially varying by virtue of available fabrication techniques...
Keywords: CRYOGENIC FLUID STORAGE; DEGRADATION; PENETRATION; VACUUM; METEORITIC DAMAGE; METEOROID HAZARDS; METEOROID PROTECTION; RADIATION DAMAGE; SPACE DEBRIS; STORAGE TANKS; THERMAL CONTROL COATINGS; THERMAL INSULATION
|Uncertainty Analysis for Fluid Mechanics with Applications - Walters, Robert W.|
This paper reviews uncertainty analysis methods and their application to fundamental problems in fluid dynamics. Probabilitic (Monte-Carlo, moment methods, polynomial chaos) and non-probabilistic methods (interval analysis, propagation of error using sensitivity derivatives) are described and implemented. Results are presented for a model convection equation with a source term, a model non-linear convection-diffusion equation: supersonic flow over wedges expansion corners, and an airfoil; and tw...
Keywords: METEOROIDS; ORGANIC MATERIALS; SPECTROSCOPY; AIRBORNE EQUIPMENT; METEOROID SHOWERS; METEOROID CONCENTRATION; COMETS; PARTICLE SIZE DISTRIBUTION; METEOR TRAILS; EARTH ATMOSPHERE; TELEVISION SYSTEMS; VERY HIGH FREQUENCIES; SATELLITE OBSERVATION
|Bright Fireball Over Georgia|
A camera in Cartersville, Ga., captured this view of a bright fireball over Georgia on the night of Mar. 7, 2012, at approx. 10:19:11 EST. The meteor was first recorded at an altitude of 51.5 miles (89.2 km) southeast of Tunnel Hill, Ga., moving slightly south of west at approximately 15 km/s (33,500 mph). It was last seen 16.9 miles (27.2 km) above State Road 95, southeast of Rock Springs, Ga. (NASA/MSFC/Meteoroid Environment Office)
Keywords: Where -- Georgia; Marshall Space Flight Center; Bill Cooke; Meteoroid Environment Office; fireball; meteor; all-sky camera
|Two-dimensional duct flow code - Greywall, M. S|
No Abstract Available
Keywords: AEROSPACE ENVIRONMENTS; APOLLO PROJECT; FLIGHT HAZARDS; LUNAR ENVIRONMENT; LUNAR TOPOGRAPHY; METEOROID HAZARDS; SPACE NAVIGATION
|Determination of depth of lunar surface layer using LEM landing radar - case 150 - Marshall, J. L., Jr|
No Abstract Available
Keywords: APOLLO SPACECRAFT; METEOROID HAZARDS; TERMINAL BALLISTICS; AEROSPACE ENVIRONMENTS; FAILURE MODES; MATHEMATICAL MODELS; STRUCTURAL RELIABILITY
|Asteroid 433 Eros Approaches Earth|
Asteroid 433 Eros made a close approach to Earth the morning of January 31st coming within 0.17 AU (15 million miles) of our planet. In this set of images taken that morning, the bright moving dot near the center of the field is the 21 mile long Eros.
Keywords: What -- Earth; Marshall Space Flight Center; Meteoroid Environment Office; Asteroid 433 Eros; meteor shower
|NEW DATA ON THE FORMATION OF CA(O2)2 BY MEANS OF CAO2 X 2H2O2 - VOLNOV, I. I.|
THE TRANSFORMATION OF THE COMPOUND CAO2.2H2O2 AT 40 DEG AND 0.006 MM HG AS A RESULT OF THE INTRAMOLECULAR REDOX REACTION INTO EQUIMOLECULAR MIXTURE OF HYPEROXIDE AND HYDROXIDE OF CALCIUM IS REPORTED.
Keywords: EVOLUTION (DEVELOPMENT); KOHOUTEK COMET; SOLAR SYSTEM; ASTEROIDS; METEOROID CONCENTRATION; METEOROIDS; OORT CLOUD; PHYSICAL PROPERTIES
|Advanced Technology Lifecycle Analysis System (ATLAS) Technology Tool Box (TTB) - Doyle, Monica|
The Advanced Technology Lifecycle Analysis System (ATLAS) is a decision support tool designed to aid program managers and strategic planners in determining how to invest technology research and development dollars. It is an Excel-based modeling package that allows a user to build complex space architectures and evaluate the impact of various technology choices. ATLAS contains system models, cost and operations models, a campaign timeline and a centralized technology database...
Keywords: COMETS; EJECTION; LEONID METEOROIDS; METEOROID SHOWERS; NUMERICAL INTEGRATION; GRAVITATIONAL FIELDS; TIME DEPENDENCE; RADIATION EFFECTS
|Flight test number 5, phase 2. Part A Paraglider development program /U/ - NON|
No Abstract Available
Keywords: ORBIT DECAY; PANELS; PEGASUS SATELLITES; SPACECRAFT SHIELDING; ATMOSPHERIC MODELS; METEOROID PROTECTION; SERVICE LIFE
|Direct Monte Carlo Simulations of Hypersonic Viscous Interactions Including Separation - Moss, James N.|
Results of calculations obtained using the direct simulation Monte Carlo method for Mach 25 flow over a control surface are presented. The numerical simulations are for a 35-deg compression ramp at a low-density wind-tunnel test condition. Calculations obtained using both two- and three-dimensional solutions are reviewed, and a qualitative comparison is made with the oil flow pictures highlight separation and three-dimensional flow structure.
Keywords: HYPERVELOCITY IMPACT; INTERNATIONAL SPACE STATION; METEOROID HAZARDS; DAMAGE ASSESSMENT; DEBRIS; HANDBOOKS; SPACE FLIGHT; SPACE STATIONS
|Delegates of the signatory nations of the meter convention - NON|
No Abstract Available
Keywords: INTERPLANETARY DUST; METEOROID DUST CLOUDS; SPACECRAFT ENVIRONMENTS; STELLAR MASS; SOLAR SYSTEM; STAR DISTRIBUTION; STELLAR LUMINOSITY
|Integrated research and training in space-molecular biology Annual progress report, Apr. 1, 1965 - Mar. 31, 1966 - Fernandez-Moran, H|
Analysis of micrometeorite particles collected by Luster sounding rocket during Leonid meteor shower
Keywords: EDUCATION; LUSTER; METEOROID SHOWERS; MICROMETEORITES; SOUNDING ROCKETS; METEOR SHOWER; SOUNDING ROCKET
|SPINAL INJURY AFTER EJECTION - AUFFRET, R.|
EJECTION STATISTICS OBTAINED FROM THE AIR FORCES OF SEVEN NATIONS ARE ANALYZED, INCLUDING FIGURES ON THE INCIDENCE OF DEATH, THE INCIDENCE OF FRACTURE AND MULTIPLE FRACTURES, AND PREFERENTIAL FRACTURE SITES. A BASIC REVIEW OF THE ANATOMY OF THE SPINE IS FOLLOWED BY A DISCUSSION OF THE MECHANICS OF SPINAL FRACTURE. IT IS DIFFICULT TO DETERMINE THE STAGE OF EJECTION AT WHICH FRACTURES ARE MOST LIKELY TO OCCUR -- EXPULSION FROM THE AIRCRAFT OR LANDING -- BUT THE POSITION OF THE PILOT AT THE MOMENT ...
Keywords: BIOASTRONAUTICS; SPACE STATIONS; SPACECRAFT DESIGN; METEOROID HAZARDS; SPACECRAFT CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS; SPACECRAFT STRUCTURES
|Hypervelocity gun Patent - Canning, T. N|
Implosion driven, light gas, hypervelocity gun
Keywords: INFLATABLE STRUCTURES; METEOROID PROTECTION; PROTECTIVE COATINGS; SPACECRAFT DESIGN; SPACECRAFT SHIELDING; EQUIPMENT SPECIFICATIONS; SYSTEMS ENGINEERING
|Pegasus - NON|
Pegasus meteoroid detection satellite - launch and orbital information
Keywords: DETECTION; LAUNCHING; METEOROIDS; PEGASUS SATELLITES; SATURN 1 LAUNCH VEHICLES; DETECTION; METEOROID; PEGASUS SATELLITE
|Uncertainty in Computational Aerodynamics - Luckring, J. M.|
An approach is presented to treat computational aerodynamics as a process, subject to the fundamental quality assurance principles of process control and process improvement. We consider several aspects affecting uncertainty for the computational aerodynamic process and present a set of stages to determine the level of management required to meet risk assumptions desired by the customer of the predictions.
Keywords: HYPERVELOCITY IMPACT; SPACE DEBRIS; METEOROID HAZARDS; MICROMETEOROIDS; EARTH ORBITAL ENVIRONMENTS; CONTAMINATION; HYDRODYNAMICS; PARTICULATES; DATA BASES
|Shuttle cryogenics supply system optimization study. Volume 5, B-3, part 2: Appendix to programmers manual for math model - NON|
A computer programmer's manual for a digital computer which will permit rapid and accurate parametric analysis of current and advanced attitude control propulsion systems is presented. The concept is for a cold helium pressurized, subcritical cryogen fluid supplied, bipropellant gas-fed attitude control propulsion system. The cryogen fluids are stored as liquids under low pressure and temperature conditions...
Keywords: INDEPENDENT VARIABLES; METEOROID CONCENTRATION; METEOROLOGICAL RADAR; RADAR DATA; INTERNATIONAL QUIET SUN YEAR; MATHEMATICAL MODELS; RADAR TRACKING
|Orbital parameter plots for use in mission planning, Project Gemini - Allday, C. E|
No Abstract Available
Keywords: METEORITIC DAMAGE; METEOROID HAZARDS; SPACE ENVIRONMENT SIMULATION; SPACECRAFT DESIGN; HYPERVELOCITY IMPACT; SPACECRAFT SHIELDING
|APPLICATION OF THE METHOD OF INTEGRATING MATRICES FOR CALCULATING THE NATURAL OSCILLATIONS OF A PROPELLER BLADE WITH CONSIDERATION OF DEFLECTION IN TWO PLANES AND TWISTING - LISS, A. Y.|
A NUMERICAL METHOD FOR DETERMINING THE NATURAL OSCILLATIONS OF A PROPELLER BLADE IS PRESENTED. THE EFFECTS OF TWISTING AND DEFLECTION IN TWO PLANES ARE CONSIDERED. METHODS WHICH ARE SUITABLE FOR PROGRAMMING, FOR CALCULATING THE ELEMENTS OF THE INTEGRATING MATRICES, BOTH FOR CONTINUOUS AS WELL AS FOR DISCONTINUOUS INTEGRAND FUNCTIONS, AND ALSO FOR THE CASE WHEN SPACING AT DIFFERENT PORTIONS OF THE INTEGRATION INTERVAL ARE NOT THE SAME, ARE DEVELOPED.
Keywords: DISPERSION STRENGTHENING; HEAT SHIELDING; NICKEL ALLOYS; SPACE SHUTTLES; CHROMIUM ALLOYS; DIFFUSION WELDING; IMPACT TESTS; METEOROID PROTECTION; WELDED JOINTS
|Bandwidth characteristics of multimedia data traffic on a local area network - Chuang, Shery L.|
Limited spacecraft communication links call for users to investigate the potential use of video compression and multimedia technologies to optimize bandwidth allocations. The objective was to determine the transmission characteristics of multimedia data - motion video, text or bitmap graphics, and files transmitted independently and simultaneously over an ethernet local area network. Commercial desktop video teleconferencing hardware and software and Intel's proprietary Digital Video Interactive...
Keywords: BUMPERS; SPACECRAFT CONFIGURATIONS; METEOROID PROTECTION; SPACE DEBRIS; SPACE STATIONS; THICKNESS; COMPUTER PROGRAMS; DATA BASES; IMPACT TESTS; PROJECTILES
|Research into fundamental phenomena associated with spacecraft electrochemical devices - Calorimetry of nickel-cadmium cells Progress report, 1 Jul. - 30 Sep. 1968 - Foley, R. T.|
Training of electrochemist in battery research and collecting electrochemical and thermodynamic data
Keywords: ALUMINUM ALLOYS; BUMPERS; HYPERVELOCITY IMPACT; METEOROID PROTECTION; MOMENTUM TRANSFER; PROJECTILE CRATERING; IMPACT DAMAGE; IMPACT TESTS; SPACECRAFT SHIELDING
|Microcomputer based controller for the Langley 0.3-meter Transonic Cryogenic Tunnel - Balakrishna, S.|
Flow control of the Langley 0.3-meter Transonic Cryogenic Tunnel (TCT) is a multivariable nonlinear control problem. Globally stable control laws were generated to hold tunnel conditions in the presence of geometrical disturbances in the test section and precisely control the tunnel states for small and large set point changes. The control laws are mechanized as four inner control loops for tunnel pressure, temperature, fan speed, and liquid nitrogen supply pressure, and two outer loops for Mach...
Keywords: ALUMINUM; TERMINAL BALLISTICS; HYPERVELOCITY PROJECTILES; METAL SHEETS; METEORITIC DAMAGE; METEOROID PROTECTION; SPACECRAFT SHIELDING; CRATERS; DEBRIS; SPACECRAFT CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS
|X-Ray Activity in the Open Cluster IC 4665 - Giamapapa, Mark S.|
We present the results of a joint ROSAT High Resolution Imager (HRI) and optical investigation of the open cluster IC 4665. The ROSAT data contains detections for 28 stellar sources in the field, including 22 cluster members and candidate members spanning the color range -0.18 less than or equal to (B - V(sub o)) less than or equal to 1.63 (approx. B3 - M3). Upper limits are given for the remaining members (or candidate members) in the HRI field...
Keywords: HYPERVELOCITY IMPACT; PROJECTILES; PERFORMANCE PREDICTION; MORPHOLOGY; INSULATION; HIGH TEMPERATURE; EROSION; COATING; ALUMINUM; THERMAL PROTECTION; SPACE DEBRIS; METEOROID CONCENTRATION; IMPACT VELOCITY; IMPACT TESTS; COMPUTERIZED SIMULATION; SYSTEMS ENGINEERING; SPHERES
|Atmospheric X-ray fluorescence - Tomblin, F. F|
Daytime X ray fluorescence in upper atmosphere
Keywords: CONSTRAINTS; RADIATION HAZARDS; SPACECRAFT COMMUNICATION; TRAJECTORY CONTROL; LUNAR LANDING SITES; MISSION PLANNING; FUEL CONSUMPTION; LIGHT (VISIBLE RADIATION); LUNAR TEMPERATURE; LUNAR TOPOGRAPHY; METEOROID HAZARDS; POSITION (LOCATION)
|An Overview of an Experimental Demonstration Aerotow Program - Murray, James E.|
An overview of an experimental demonstration of aerotowing a delta-wing airplane with low-aspect ratio and relatively high wing loading is presented. Aerotowing of future space launch configurations is a new concept, and the objective of the work described herein is to demonstrate the aerotow operation using an airplane configuration similar to conceptual space launch vehicles. Background information on the use of aerotow for a space launch vehicle is presented, and the aerotow system used in th...
Keywords: COMET NUCLEI; SPECTROSCOPIC ANALYSIS; SURFACE PROPERTIES; RETURN TO EARTH SPACE FLIGHT; SPACE EXPLORATION; COMETS; SAMPLES; CHEMICAL ANALYSIS; ABSTRACTS; MICROANALYSIS; COMETARY ATMOSPHERES; METEOROID SHOWERS; SOLAR SYSTEM
|ANALYSIS OF THE POSSIBLE USE OF WIND POWER IN SWEDEN. PART 1: WIND POWER RESOURCES, THEORY OF WIND-POWER MACHINES, PRELIMINARY MODEL 1 AND 10 MW WIND GENERATORS - SOEDERGARD, B|
ASPECTS ARE DISCUSSED THAT MUST BE CONSIDERED IN RESPECT TO THE POSSIBLE USE OF WIND POWER IN SWEDEN, SUCH AS AVAILABILITY AND NATURE OF WIND RESOURCES, COST OF THIS TYPE OF ENERGY, ETC. THE BASIC THEORY OF CALCULATING THE POWER OF WIND-POWER MACHINE ARE PRESENTED WITH TABLES AND DIAGRAMS. DATA FOR SEVERAL LARGE WIND-POWER MACHINES CONSTRUCTED IN THE U.S.A., GREAT BRITAIN, ETC ARE GIVEN. THE CONCLUSION IS REACHED THAT THE USE OF WIND POWER IN SWEDEN IS NOT FEASIBLE, PRIMARILY BECAUSE OF ITS HIGH...
Keywords: ASTRONOMICAL MODELS; LUNAR CRATERS; METEOROID SHOWERS; RADAR ASTRONOMY; RADIO METEORS; SOLAR CORONA; ASTROPHYSICS; CONFERENCES; METEOROIDS; PLANETARY EVOLUTION; STELLAR EVOLUTION; ATMOSPHERIC ENTRY SIMULATION; COMET NUCLEI; COSMIC DUST
|Proceedings of the Conference on the Role of Simulation in Space Technology, part A - NON|
Vacuum technology, meteoroids, magnetic fields, electromagnetic radiation, and ionizing particles - conference on role of simulation in space technology
Keywords: AEROSPACE ENGINEERING; VACUUM SYSTEMS; IONIZING RADIATION; METEOROID; SIMULATED EMISSION; SPACE SIMULATION; VACUUM SYSTEM; CONFERENCES; ELECTROMAGNETIC RADIATION; IONIZING RADIATION; MAGNETIC FIELDS; METEOROIDS; SPACE ENVIRONMENT SIMULATION; SYSTEMS SIMULATION; VACUUM
|NASA SCI Files - Meteors - NASA LaRC Office of Education|
NASA Sci Files segment explaining what meteors, meteoroids, and meteorites are and the differences in these.
Keywords: NASA Sci Files; Rock; Comet; Outer Space; Meteor; Meteoroid; Meteorite; Sonic Boom; Speed of Sound; Seismic Activity; Fire Ball; Shooting Star
|Aerospace engineering educational program - Craft, William|
The principle goal of the educational component of NASA CORE is the creation of aerospace engineering options in the mechanical engineering program at both the undergraduate and graduate levels. To accomplish this goal, a concerted effort during the past year has resulted in detailed plans for the initiation of aerospace options in both the BSME and MSME programs in the fall of 1993. All proposed new courses and the BSME aerospace option curriculum must undergo a lengthy approval process involvi...
Keywords: HYPERVELOCITY IMPACT; PROJECTILES; SPACE DEBRIS; SPACE STATION STRUCTURES; MONTE CARLO METHOD; OPTIMIZATION; SPACE STATION FREEDOM; SPACECRAFT SHIELDING; SPACECRAFT SURVIVABILITY; BUMPERS; METEOROID CONCENTRATION; OPERATIONS RESEARCH
|Study of improved parts control technology for advanced planetary missions. Volume 2 - Part control package - NON|
Part control package using long-life transistor as example for ultrahigh-reliability inspection in advanced planetary missions
Keywords: CRYOGENIC FLUID STORAGE; ROVER PROJECT; RESEARCH FACILITIES; SPACE LABORATORIES; SPACE STORAGE; THERMAL INSULATION; CRYOGENIC EQUIPMENT; CRYOGENIC FLUIDS; METEOROID PROTECTION; NUCLEAR ENGINE FOR ROCKET VEHICLES
|IR detectors based on n-i-p-i superlattices - Ruden, P. Pau|
The principles of operation of n-i-p-i photodetectors are discussed. Special consideration is given to issues that are relevant to the performance of IR detectors such as noise, dark current, and surface effects. In addition, a novel IR detector that promises to provide information about the spectral distribution of the infrared radiation emitted from an object and, consequently, about its temperature, independent of the distance between detector and object is discussed...
Keywords: EXTERNAL TANKS; LOW EARTH ORBITS; METEOROID PROTECTION; RADIATION PROTECTION; SPACE TRANSPORTATION SYSTEM; STRUCTURAL FAILURE; LUNAR BASES; LUNAR LANDING MODULES; ORBITAL ASSEMBLY; SPACE LOGISTICS; EARTH ORBITS; EXTRAVEHICULAR ACTIVITY; FEASIBILITY; INTRAVEHICULAR ACTIVITY
|BV Podcast 0216 - Bloodthirsty Vegetarians - Rich Wielgosz and Paul R. Potts|
Welcome to show number 216, which is the Atomic Number of Bloodyvegium. * Hiya * Paul talks about getting his computer in shape to do some DJ'ing and music production * Rich has some plans for the analog studio * Rich wants to know how anyone could mistake Beyonce for a genius * Tune 1 Gigue by J.S. Bach (BWV 997) as performed by Gonzalo Molano * Giant Space Rock Attacks Russia! * Tune 2: Hypocrisy by Rattlebasket * Paul and his family watch more Dr...
Keywords: BloodyVeg; Podcast; 216; Atomic Number; Bloodyvegium; computer; music; production; Beyonce; genius; DJ; analog; studio; Gigue; J.S. Bach; BWV 997; Gonzalo Molano; Giant; Space; Rock; Attacks; Russia; asteroid; meteor; meteorite; meteoroid; Tungusma; Siberia; Hypocrisy; Rattlebasket; Dr. Who
|NASA SCI Files - The Case of the Shaky Quake - NASA LaRC Office of Education|
NASA Sci Files video containing the following eleven segments. NASA Sci Files segment exploring the different types of waves that earthquakes create. NASA Sci Files segment exploring faults and how they contribute to eartquakes. NASA Sci Files segment explaining what fossils are and how plate tectonics work. NASA Sci Files segment explaining the Global Positions System and how it monitors and measures crustal movement...
Keywords: NASA Sci Files; Earthquake; Waves; Primary; Compressional Waves; Secondary; Sheer Waves; Earth; Vibrate; Epicenter; Surface Wave; Crust; Rock Layers; Faults; Normal Fault; Hanging Wall; Foot Wall; Reverse Fault; Strike-Slip Fault; Lithosphere; Plates; Earth; Fault Line; Plate Boundaries; Divergent Boundaries; Rift Valleys; Volcanoes; Convergent Boundary; Mountains; Transform Boundary; San Andreas Fault; Interplate Earthquakes; Fossils; Plate Tectonics; Dinosaur; Bones; Excavation; Climate; Riverbed; Arid; Equator; Continental Drift; Alfred Wagner; Pangaea; Rock Structures; Sandstone; Chimney Formation; Grand Canyon; Global Positioning System; Stations; Satellites; Crustal Movement; Earth; Blind Fault; Computer Simulation; Slip Rate; Prediction; Displacement; Layers; Core; Diameter; Iron; Nickle; Solid; Liquid; Dense; Mantle; Basalt; Granite; Density; Graduated Cylinder; Plates; Measurement; Richter Scale; Moment Magnitude Scale; Scientific Journals; Observations; Data; Epicenter; Comet; Outer Space; Meteor; Meteoroid; Meteorite; Sonic Boom; Speed of Sound; Seismic Activity; Fire Ball; Shooting Star; Earthquake Facts; Frenquency; Location; Intensity; California; Alaska; Weather; Seismograph; Inertia; Newton; Vertical Motion; Horizontal Motion; Seismology; Tremor; S Waves; P Waves; Sound Waves; Seismogram; Triangulation; Graph; Compass; World Map; Student Activity; Epicenter; Seismic Station